The Inter Milan fans seem to be able to breathe a sigh of relief, because their coach Antonio Conte is certain to continue to handle Lukaku cs in the campaign next season.
Since entering the end of this season, the former Juventus coach was indeed rumored to be leaving the Giuseppe Meazza this summer. It is not certain the reason behind the rumors.
Based on the news that was heard, Conte was disappointed with the performance of Inter Milan’s management. In fact, he had openly criticized the management after the match against Atalanta in the last Giornata of the Italian Serie A 2019/20.
Then, the signal of his departure grew even stronger after what the tactician said after the defeat to Sevilla in the Europa League final last weekend.
Several reports suspect that Conte’s attitude has something to do with the threatening letter containing bullets he received some time ago.
Whether the news is true or not, it is clear that Inter Milan are struggling to keep the tactician next season. For this reason, on Tuesday (25/08), the Club Management will hold a meeting with Conte to discuss plans for next season.
In other words, the meeting also indicates that the former Chelsea coach will remain at the Giuseppe Meazza next season.
“The club and Antonio Conte have a meeting today with a focus on continuation and a strategy, in which the two parties agree to continue to work together on the club’s project,” said a statement quoted on Inter’s official website.
This statement can make the Inter Milan fans breathe a sigh of relief. Whereas previously, the names of coaches were allegedly going to replace Conte in the managerial chair.
One of these names is Massimiliano Allegri, who is also a former successful Juventus coach. Allegri is still unemployed until now, starting from his resignation from his position in Turin at the end of last season.
In addition, there is also Mauricio Pochettino who previously coached an English club. Tottenham. Just like Allegri, the man from Argentina is also unemployed after being kicked out by Tottenham Hotspur.